Boychuk will dress as a seventh defenseman for Game 5 vs. the Lightning.
Boychuk is on the ice for warmups; could return to the lineup for Game 5.
Boychuk will miss his second straight game on Wednesday.
Boychuk (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play in Game 2.
Boychuk is doubtful to play in Game 2 on Tuesday.
Boychuk left Game 1 after playing just 5:17 TOI and did not return. The Islanders did not practice on Monday so the Islanders did not have much of an update on the veteran's status. Look for Andy Greene or Noah Dobson to replace Boychuk on Game 2.
Boychuk will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Boychuk has failed to record a point with two shots on goal while playing 19:53 ATOI in the first two games of the season. Rookie Noah Dobson will replace Boychuk on the third pairing.
Boychuk is out 3-4 weeks with a lower-body injury.
Boychuk was forced to leave Game 4 in Pittsburgh with a lower-body injury and will likely miss most of the second-round against the Capitals/Hurricanes. Thomas Hickey is expected to replace Boychuk in Game 1 of the next round.
Boychuk will be back in the Islanders lineup on Saturday.
Boychuk (concussion) is on the ice for warmups; is expected to play Saturday afternoon.
Boychuck (concussion) will not play on Monday.
Boychuk was forced to leave Saturday’s game against the Flyers with a concussion he suffered on a hit from Jakub Voracek. The Flyers winger was suspended two games for the hit but it will cost Boychuk at least one game as well. Thomas Hickey will play in Boychuk’s place.
Boychuk (personal) is questionable for Sunday.
Boychuk missed Saturday’s practice to be with his wife for the birth of their son and the Islanders are unsure whether or not he will travel to Dallas. Devon Toews will replace Boychuk if doesn’t play.
Boychuk will miss the final two games of the regular season and may require offseason surgery.
Boychuk will come out of the lineup on Thursday and he will talk with the Islanders and doctors to determine whether or not he will need surgery this offseason. Brandon Davidson is expected to replace Boychuk in the lineup tonight.
Boychuk (undisclosed) will not be in the Islanders lineup in Ottawa.
The Islanders have activated Johnny Boychuk (lower-body) from IR; expected to play vs. Detroit.
Boychuk (lower-body) will miss his seventh consecutive game on Saturday.
Boychuk has been battling a lower-body injury since December 27th and the Islanders are still unsure how long the veteran defenseman will be out for. In the mean time, Sebastian Aho will remain a key member of the Islanders blueline until Boychuk is deemed healthy again.
Boychuk (lower-body) is hopeful he will return on Thursday.
Boychuk has missed the last three games and is still on IR but he practiced on Wednesday and hopes to play tomorrow. Monitor Boychuk’s status during the Islanders morning skate on Thursday.
The Islanders have placed Johnny Boychuk (lower-body) on IR; listed as week-to-week.
Boychuk finished Wednesday’s game vs. the Sabres but he must have sustained a lower-body injury somewhere throughout the game. Boychuk will likely miss a couple of weeks so the Islanders have recalled Sebastian Aho from Bridgeport (AHL).
Boychuk (undisclosed) will be back in the Islanders lineup on Wednesday.
Boychuk (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Boychuk has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury and is listed as a game-time decision for the second straight game. Boychuk would likely replace Ryan Pulock in the lineup if he does play—he has three goals and five assists (eight points) in 27 games.